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    Question Can't see any Applets

    I'm using Windows XP 64-bit, and I cannot see any applets. The applets are completely blank, no gray boxes. I have it enabled in Firefox, and tried clearing my cache...I think I've tried everything suggested on the main site.

    What am I missing that is preventing me from using an Java applets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Enabled in FireFox means, you enable Java on the browser?
    Yes, I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Did you install JRE in your machine?
    Yes, I did.

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    I think you've tried several applets, right. Can you write a simple applet and run on the browser, see what happen.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    I think you've tried several applets, right. Can you write a simple applet and run on the browser, see what happen.

    I've tried many applets all from different sites, and none of them work. And I don't know enough about Java to write my own applet...

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    I didn't think he was a developer or student of Java.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable View Post
    I didn't think he was a developer or student of Java.
    Ya, seems like that. So another thing to do as well. Try on different browser, IE...

    All the required things are there, so it can be an issue with the browser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Ya, seems like that. So another thing to do as well. Try on different browser, IE...

    All the required things are there, so it can be an issue with the browser.
    Tried it in IE, and it gives another blank box..only difference is red X in the corner. Also tried Opera, but its built-in Java never seems to work either.

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